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Dual 2 GHz G5
10.3.9
1 gig ram


im having an issue of a server volume mounting on startup?
how can i stop this volume from mounting?

thanks in advance :spook:
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sys/pref/ startup Disk maybe. check it out
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sys/pref/ startup Disk maybe. check it out
tried that?
it seems to be user based i can login & no volumes mount.
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Go into finder window in menu bar "Help" type in volume mounting ...that may tell you
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even tried this?

1. Connect to the server volume(s) you would like to automatically mount at login.
2. Open System Preferences.
3. Select the Accounts preference pane
4. Click the Startup Items tab.
5. In the Finder, browse to: ~/Library/Recent Servers
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